by Heather Sinclair
We emigrated to another part of Europe for the country life and next to a nature reserve that is pretty much unmanaged and very soon found that people were driving out of the town and dumping live animals in the rubbish bins or just out of their cars and driving away.
In the disgusting (unrecycled) rubbish bins we found one female kitten and later, a few days before Christmas, two tiny dogs that we rescued.
Other male cats, hungry have found us here, arriving in a desperate condition.
It’s really heartwarming to see them improving with regular feeding and a warm place to be, but the situation is still terrible.
We cannot afford to have them neutered and so to date we have 11 cats and three dogs and now the females are in season again …help!
If anyone has any information about funding to help? I’d be very grateful.
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We’re happy to let them stay with us and in our large garden, we have the space to build a sanctuary for them, but cannot afford to feed more animals, we’d just like to care for the ones we have already.
Thanks to Steve Wozniac, your video was great.
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